IPL 2021: Nice to have company: MI skipper Rohit Sharma on Life in the bio-bubble

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The 2021 IPL, that is set being held behind Closed doors, Virat Kohli will see LED-RCB face off against the MI led by Rohit Sharma on Friday (April 9th). While die Bio bubble die has become new Normal and cricketers talked about it how hard life can get in the bio-safe one environment, Mumbai captain Rohit opened up above die positive, die players can take a while in die Bio bubble.

Speaking of which in a video posted of Mumbai Indians official Twitter handle that captain said that at the end of the day they arrived play cricket and that was what mattered.

“A lot of of people go through hard times, a lot of of people are not in the situation work. Not in able to do what they do like to. At least we are lucky that we do what we do like. But I am happy playing cricket That’s what I love in the end of the day, ”said Rohit in the video posted on MIs Twitter handle.

The batsman also open up over how The life in die Bio bubble during the 13th edition of the tournament half to do a lot to the cricketers of good Memories.

“If we have to adapt, we have to adapt. And try to see how You can die to get best out of also this bubble life. As if we had some good times in die Bladder. Especially during the IPL in In the United Arab Emirates we had some solid memories die we created in die UAE, “said the 32ndyear-old batsman.

Rohit next added, “Plus the bubble life in Australia and now in India when we played against It was England good. We must know a lot of of players, who usually not come out of their space.

“So we had die team Room where we used to go out and chill. Where we used to go out and chill and talk a lot of Stuff that was always nice. Which is something I feel changed from the previous one year. It is nice, die company in close and maintain that bond, ”he signed off the MI skipper.

Mumbai Indians, who have die selected maximum number of IPL titles will be competitive for their record sixth title.

(With contributions from agencies)

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